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    Default 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    Ordered some LEDs from Amazon recently, 7 T10 12v white LEDs, cost me £15, but I was sent 10 bags of 7 instead. Contacted seller and he said to keep them.

    So, what the fuck do I make with them?

    I like the idea of LED light strips, and OK with a solder, but no idea how to make any kind of track for them.

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    was it an FBA order ??

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    FBA?

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    fulfilled by amazon

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    I've no idea mate. I've given them to lads at work now for their cars and such. I was thinking about some sort of LED strips but thought I'd have to strip the contacts out for each light. And I don't think they're very reliable for anything permanent. I've put some similar ones in my car. Fucking ace compared to standard shite ones.

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    just we sell on amazon, and the other day they seemd to of lost lots of products of ours, were betting some fook tard at the warehouse sent the whole batch rather than one to a customer

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    Default Re: 70 T10 LEDs, what to do with them?

    I had a few surplus and used them under the units in my kitchen. Had to get an invertor as they were 12v (on top on the cupboards).

    Got a simple switch and looks great at gatherings or get togethers.

    This isn't mine, but gives you an idea -


    I also liked them that much I also got the multi-coloured ones that changed colour to music and used some upside down conduit along my covings.
    That was great - I'll find a video (I have it somewhere) of it in action a little while ago.

    EDIT -
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    and here it is in full swing (ignore the pisshead swinging away there!
    Last edited by DejaVu; 3rd November 2016 at 11:00 PM.

    Thanks to DejaVu

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